235th Meeting of the American Astronomical Society
From Jan. 4-8, 2020, more than 2,000 astronomers, students, educators and journalists will gather at the Hawaii Convention Center for the 235th AAS meeting. Gathering with the AAS this winter, as usual, are its Historical Astronomy Division (HAD) and High Energy Astrophysics Division (HEAD).
Universe exploration has been part of L3Harris’ core mission dating back to the earliest days of human spaceflight to the Hubble Space Telescope and continues to the next generation of observatories like the Wide Field Infrared Survey Telescope. Our relationship with NASA that spans the six decades of the administration’s existence and has been instrumental in helping uncover some of the mysteries of the universe. L3Harris imaging systems power extraordinary scientific discoveries through system design and engineering to payload manufacturing and testing to integration.
Among the technologies L3Harris will feature are:
Advanced mirror construction
Thirty Meter Telescope
Adaptive Secondary Mirror UH-88 project